Today we will be taking a look at the great history of Indian food. If you are looking to try some of the best Indian food in Bangkok, then visit Al-Qasim Cuisine, where only the best Halal ingredients are used to prepare our meals.
The origins of Indian food can be traced all the wat back to the ancient times where the Harappa and Mohenjadaro civilizations introduced many standard ideas regarding the preparation of food. They used many cereals and pulses in their meals, and gradually, as different civilizations rose, these methods were perfected. This was especially apparent during the Vedic period, whereby more defined forms of cooking emerged, and the average diet contained things such as grains, fruit, meat, honey, dairy produce, vegetables, and a wide array of spices.
From Central Asia, the Aryans that traveled to the Indian regions also introduced a number of different cuisines that complemented the already established meals. The rise of cooking solely with vegetables increased during the Maurya and Gupta Empires, as they greatly restricted the use of meat, and in many instances, outright banned the eating of it.
Over the coming centuries, and throughout the medieval era, influences from Portugal, Britain, and China, greatly impacted upon popular Indian cuisine, and established many dishes which are now considered common in the world of international Indian cuisine, such as Biriyani and Vindaloo.
So, if you want to taste the best Indian food in Bangkok, the chefs at Al-Qasim Cuisine will be able to create the perfect dish for you.